The question is, do you think it is gross to pee in the shower? Everyone has a different take on this. I don't even like taking showers! I take a bath and then stand up and rinse off. So, I think it is gross to pee where you bathe.
Yakima Bike Nights has been a blast this summer. Fun for everyone, whether you have a bike or not. It is sad that they are coming to an end this summer, but what better way to end it than with friends, fun and killer prizes at Jack-Son's Sports Bar and Clubhouse Lounge?
I love to watch construction workers when they are rock blasting. How exciting is it to be the one to do it -- and dangerous! Seeing bulldozers up so high it looks like they are going to fall over is the craziest thing in the world.
Well, good new for me. Bad news for Interstate 90 drivers -- crews will be blasting rock from now (Aug. 31) through Wednesday (Sept. 2) at Snoqualmie Pass. The work will close all lanes between 7 and 9 p.m. all three days, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation.
Labor Day marks the end of barbecue season. Well, kind of! I barbecue all winter long. I do not care if there is snow on the ground! But, for get-togethers that are warm, this is about the last chance of the season. So, for these auspicious occasions I have some excellent recipes for you.
A Kentucky man apparently was still unsettled about a few things that his father said. He had every intention of not letting the argument go. To get the very last word, he dug his dead dad up to do just that!
There are many famous people in this world that I would freak out about if I ever met them. Because I am a girl, most of those are guys! HA! Dewayne "The Rock" Johnson, Eddie Van Halen to name some of them. However, when I was a kid, I pinned my crushes on my wall: Donny Osmond, Willie Aames, Shawn Cassidy, David Cassidy, etc. were the best. However, there's one more that everyone always forgets about. I never will, though, because out of all of them he was my favorite besides Lief Garrett! Grant Goodeve!
State Department of Natural Resources officials are closing down volunteer-intake centers and saying they have all the help they need to fight Washington's largest fire ever -- the Okanogan Complex.
Thousands of volunteers have gone through crash-course fire training, helped operate heavy equipment and directed other other volunteers to community service opportunities since the call for help went out last week, but for the moment the needs are being met DNR announced in a Thursday morning tweet.
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